EDDIE: Have you lost your f***ing mind?
MR. WHITE: Joe, you're making a terrible mistake; I'm not gonna let you make it.
MR. PINK: Come on, guys. Nobody wants this. We're supposed to be f***ing professionals.
EDDIE: All right, look, it's been quite a long time, a lot of jobs. There's no need for this, man. Let's just put our guns down, and let's settle this with a f***ing conversation.
MR. WHITE: Joe, if you kill that man, you die next. I repeat: if you kill that man, you die next.
EDDIE: Larry, we have been friends, and you respect my dad and I respect you, but I will put f***ing bullets right through your heart. You put that f***ing gun down - now.
MR. WHITE: Goddamn you, Joe. Don't make me do this.
EDDIE: Larry, stop pointing that f***ing gun at my dad!
This discussion starts as the epitome of logic and reason. Eddie and Pink are looking at a crazy situation pretty rationally and trying desperately to rein everyone in. But there's that mask of sanity. When push comes to shove, these guys are messed up. They'll shoot a friend if the situation calls for it. This situation apparently calls for it. In one second, everyone's shot. It's a very disorienting experience for the viewer. We begin to question our own sanity. Did we just see what we thought we saw?